Events

Tuesday, October 30

Historical Photo Exhibit: Glass, Silver, and Memory

Glass, Silver, and Memory: Images of community by Edward H. Stone is a Colgate Special Collections & University Archives exhibit which features images of...

Open Morning Meditation

Professor Rick Braaten and Chapel House Program Coordinator Rodney Agnant will be offering open meditation sessions every morning from 8:30am-9:00am at...

The Beauty of Sculpted Minerals

Beautiful mineral sculptures carved from jade, carnelian, malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, and rock crystal are on loan from the Halls of Gems and...

Embodied

Embodied, open at the Picker Art Gallery from September 19-December 16, 2018. Drawing from the Picker Art Gallery’s permanent collection along with selected...

Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom

Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, open at the Picker Art Gallery from September 19 to December 16, 2018. Lee...

Not a Costume

Not a Costume, open at the Longyear Museum of Anthropology from September 27 to December 13, 2018. Not a Costume examines issues of identity, stereotypes,...

Colgate Community Garden Farm Stand

Fresh, organically grown local produce from our very own Colgate Community Garden! Cash or 'Gate Card accepted. No Farm Stand on Tuesday, October 9 due to...

Biology Seminar - Paul Brookes

Professor Paul Brookes, University of Rochester Medical Center will be our guest speaker. "Succinate and Acidosis in Cardiac Ischemia"

Information Session: Colgate's AB+MA program with the Graduate Institute, Geneva

Interested in pursuing a graduate degree and a career in international affairs? Come learn about Colgate's new AB+BA program with the Graduate Institute in...

Physics & Astronomy and Geology Seminar: Making CHILI: a laboratory instrument for exploring the origin of our solar system

Professor Andrew Davis, Dept of Geophysical Sciences, Enrico Fermi Institute, adn the College Director, Chicago Center for Cosmochemistry, University of...

The Politics of Black Dancing Bodies

Lecture from Professor Jennifer LeMesurier, Writing and Rhetoric.

Writing Strong Cover Letters

You will most likely be asked to submit a cover letter with your résumé. The cover letter is a separate document, designed to complement, not repeat, your...

Middle Eastern Reception & Information Session

We welcome all students interested in learning more about courses within the Program of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (MIST). Meet faculty, enjoy a...

Arts and Humanities Colloquium:  Rebecca Miller Ammerman

Rebecca Miller Ammerman, Department Chair and Professor of The Classics presents Digging at the Temple of Athena: Our First Field Season at Paestum....

Life Long Learning Program- The Resonant Art of Listening

Pulling from disciplines within the world of leadership development and coaching, we will explore, experiment and experience different frameworks of...

Critical Language Scholarship Information Session

A fully funded summer opportunity for American students to learn critical languages abroad.

NIH Study Group Fall 2019 Info Session

Are you interested in learning more about the fall 2019 NIH Study Group? Professor Chris Henke, director of the upcoming program, will be providing...

Standard Chartered Bank Information Session

British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London, England. It operates a network of more than 1,200 branches and outlets...

Alternative Cinema: Tongues Untied

(Marlon Riggs, 1988, 55 mins) PRECEEDED BY Chic Point (Sharif Waked, 2003, 7 mins) Denounced from the floor of Congress as obscene, Marlon Riggs’ account...

EXPLO Information Session

Presented by Denise Larson '19 - Instructor and residential advisor for summers 2017 and 2018. EXPLO is hiring for their academic summer enrichment programs...

Tuesday, October 30